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LINKTV
Nov 7, 2013 9:00am PST
doing up here? (man) i'm thinking. well, don't think! talk. talk to me! jesus christ! you can't walk out of a meeting like that. you say, "excuse me." you say, "pardon me." otherwise they think it's something that they said. did they say anything? (man) no. howard, talk to me. listen to me. let me remind you of the upside here; okay? you put in a million dollars -- a year, maybe two -- three at the most -- you're walking out with four million bucks. i understand the math, lenny. i just want to rethink things; okay? ♪ (music plays) talk to me, howard. listen to me. let me remind you of the upside here. you put in a million. a year and a half, maybe two -- three at the outside -- you take out four million, maybe more. i understand the math, lenny. i just want to rethink things. ♪ (music plays) don't do it, howard. i said, "don't do it." i said, "don't do it." (man) do you know her? hi. i'm howard. i know. i'm susan. (man) okay. great. good. thank you. thanks. (man) you're welcome. we'll be in touch. ♪ (music plays) so what we gotta remember is that the scene that we're gonna shoot fi
LINKTV
Nov 14, 2013 7:30am PST
, no, no, no. you don't understand. she just had to go-- ah, here's mr. brashov. ooh, he doesn't look well at all. how would you feel if you just lost your chef ? ladies. i understand there is a problem with the chicken. it's not really a problem. it just tastes a ttle different, that's all. we're sorry to hear about your chef quitting. rosa quitting ? i can explain that. no, no. she is on her way back from the airport with miguel. perhaps my friend and i could try something different today. oh, no. you want the monterey chicken and you shall have it. - just give me a minute. - thank you so much. poor man. he looks like he hasn't slept in a week. probably because hen't. well, if it isn't rosa what's the problem ? i wish i knew. ah, look who's here. rosa ! and you must be miguel. - how was your flight ? - fine. yes, i-- how do they all know ? goods travs . henry ! miguel, i'd like you to meet henry. ah, very nice to meet you. hi. how are you ? this is jamal. oh, jamal. a pleasure. pleased to meet you. in casybody's rested i'm katherine. ah, yes. rosa has
LINKTV
Nov 5, 2013 2:00pm PST
likes don't be so cruel you're starting to drool ♪ ♪ when the clock ticks down your time will then be gone ♪ ♪ oh, she's my enemy ♪ jumpin' on strangers-- ♪ savin' the money just to make yourself young-- ♪ ♪ 19 whipping under a-- --on the ground ♪ ♪ --twisted ground wondering why we don't-- ♪ ♪ oh, she's my enemy ♪ oh, she's my enemy [music] cool it down. slow it down. breathe. slow it down. get your heart rate down. very good. slow it down. now, we're gonna work the legs. grab your chair. now, we're gonna work the chest. grab your weights. put them up. tight. hands up. and in, out. squeeze it. out. work those pecs. i find it offensive. the things you find... smut. oh. oh god, oh god, oh god, nce. oh, lance, i have something to tell you. oh. oh. you know i've wanted this from the beginning. now, come on, admit it. you wanted me too. oh, but, lance, what about tracy? oh, she's nothing to me. nothing. - what about brett? - nothing. - muffy? - nothing. - stacey? - nothing. - conchita? - nothing. then at last, my love, i can truly believe it really is me
LINKTV
Nov 21, 2013 7:30am PST
? hasn't he fixed that for you t ? no. - i'll ask him aut it toght. - don't bother. he's probablgot a lot other things on his mind. the only thing on david's mi is how to get out of doing his homework. it's not fny, jess. i just got a second note from his teacher about his math and english grades. that bad, huh ? - don't worry. 's only a passing phase. - he'll geover it. - t when ? don't know if i can le that long. - hasn't he got a birthday coming soon - next month. he'lle 14. fourteen ? 's practically man. at 14 i was workg in my father's shop. would you like me to finhim a jo? e on thing i want is for himo finishchool without failing. finished my deliveries mr. brashov. do youant me to do anythilse fore i go home ? i can't lievi'm hearing this. hat's the tter with you, henry ? oh, i was justonring if i can be of help. - esn't sound li the hry i know. - y, i'm feeling good, okay ? does this ha anyth to do withour date last saturday ? - it might. - well, i'm glad one of us has a love life. congratulations, henry. what's the young lady's name ?
LINKTV
Nov 7, 2013 7:30am PST
still remember how confident you were. that wasn't confidence, it was desperation. well, i don't know how we're going to get along without you. oh, but we'll find a way. seriously, katherine, what are you going to do ? well, one thing's for sure-- i'm going to spend a lot more time with my kids; bill wants me to help him with his business projects; and i want to go to law school. i'm only laughing because i can't think of anything more perfect for you. if i had a dollar for every argument we've had, i'd be a millionaire by now. thanks. i think. it's nice to see someone do what they really want to do with their life. oh, jamal, who knows what life has in store for us ? so, mr. brashov, have you hired katherine's replacement ? no. i have decided that this should be katherine's final task at the cafe. oh ! you're joking. - of course he's joking. - not at all. who better than you to find someone who is qualified to step into your shoes ? if you say so. i think it's an excellent idea. wait a minute. what if i don't like katherine's choice ? don't worry, rosa. i'll find someone who will
LINKTV
Nov 18, 2013 7:30pm PST
'm not going to because i don't have the faintest idea what to do now. it's not in my head to do anything. i can't just go and move a brush around. i have to have a beginning. i don't want to just use models, figures. i just want to have some reason. and the beginning is adam and eve and a tree and a serpent and a garden, and that's enough, see. except that pat didn't like that kind of biblical con-- you know. and she said, "don't use adam and eve and creation. just say, 'you and me.'" and i liked that very much. i almost got that, didn't i, pat? passlof: yes. i can see just what i can do, and i could almost see the right thing to do. it wouldn't take much to get this started, huh? but, you know, i did this all in a couple of hours. e first five minutes is the best. [ laughing ] after that, you're in trouble. what am i going to do with these paintings? i have to think of something that will give me a start. i don't like the size of the figures. it's the wrong size. passlof: well, it's easy to cut them down. mm-mmm. i thought i could manage this size, and i now i see -- they are much larger t
LINKTV
Nov 26, 2013 8:00am PST
's drop in in that class. don't touch it now. don't touch it now. okay. you'll be harmed less if you touch it now. you can trust me. okay. here? okay, right there. that's right on. yeah. [laughter] oh, that's beautiful. stay holding it. okay. look this way. yeah, that's nice. oh, that is nice. that's fantastic. look, look, look, look. oh, that's nice. that's nice, very nice. okay. now, i tell you what? could we all hold hands today? yeah, okay, yes, yes. let's all hold hands. back here, john. right--that's it, right, just come here. let's--here we go, go on. okay. dave, get that. okay, okay. okay, don't break the chain now. anyone wearing pacemakers here? [laughter] okay. i hope not. if you're wearing a pacemaker, don't participate. okay? come on, here we go. it's okay. you back row types. those are your neighbors you're sitting next to. hold hands, it's all right. okay? [screaming] [laughter] okay, watch this, gang. inertia, huh? card, coin, huh? [applause] yeah. a body at rest tends to stay at rest. i'll show you a nice one. this one was shown to me by my friend marshall ellenstein. okay
LINKTV
Nov 19, 2013 2:00pm PST
. no matter what mask we wear, we blacks are damned if we do and damned if we don't. as ralph ellison says in the beginning of his novel, invisible man, we black americans have no guarantee that we exist at all. i am an invisible man. no, i'm not a spook like those who haunted edgar allan poe nor am i one of your hollywood movie ectoplasms. i am a man of substance, of flesh and bones, of fiber and liquids, and i might even be said to have a mind. i am invisible, understand, simply because people refuse to see me. like the bodiless heads you see sometimes in the circus sideshows, it is as though i have been surrounded by mirrors of hard distorting glass. when they approach me, they see only my surroundings, themselves, or figments of their imagination-- indeed, everything and anything except me. nor is my invisibility exactly a matter of a biochemical accident to my epidermis, that invisibility to which i refer occurs because of a peculiar disposition of the eyes of those with whom i come in contact. a matter of the construction of their inner eyes, those eyes with which they look through t
LINKTV
Nov 26, 2013 2:00pm PST
am. here i am. forgive me. i hunted everywhere for a taxi. take, delilah, darling. don't put her in a-- now, come on. let's get on with it. opening positions, please. you're in the way. forgive me for existing. when the curtain rises, leo gala, wearing a cook's hat and apron, is busy beating an egg in a basin with a wooden spoon. now, do i real he to wear a cook's hat? yes, my dear fellow. a cook's hat and you beat eg. and if that's not enough, you have to represent the shells of the eggs that you're beating. [laughter] do you understand now? no. neither do i. however, let's get on with it. mm? oh, yes. i suggest you turn towards camera a bit, about a three-quarter face. otherwise, what with the abstruseness of theialogue, and none being able to hear you-- are you stening to me? listen when i'm explaining a thing. there are some people here, governor, who would like a word with you. who are you and what do you want? you know perfectly well no one's allowed in here during rehearsal. we are here in search of an author. what? in search of an author? which author? any author, sir. there's
LINKTV
Nov 19, 2013 2:30pm PST
'm taking you home. come. hey, wait here. i just want to pee in that corner. - okay. - don't move. if you move here, those thugs will grab you. right? how can you find jesus christ in a dutch reformed church? that sizwe, that sizwe is a bloody fool, i'm telling you. he's leading mr. bansi and mr. buntu astray. i know my way around this place, and i'm going to moor him if i find him-- you can't bullshit. come. let's get out. there's trouble there. only me in trouble, my friend. i said there's a dead man there. yeah? he's lying flat on the ground. i peed him wet. i thought he was a heap of rubbish. i look again, he's dead. listen, we must get out of here before the policeman come. - come, this... - okay. - this side, man. - mr. buntu. what? let's report that to the police station, my friend. police station? this time of the night? two drunk men, one with a wrong dom book. we both walk right inside the police station. "sergeant, there's a dead man." lock them up. they killed him. i know those bastards. - okay. - come. - okay, mr. buntu. - what now? - mr. buntu. - what? let's carry that man h
LINKTV
Nov 4, 2013 9:00am PST
and literally wrestling- well, i don't know if anyone was wrestling back there, maybe just about to- but i think we've got a sense of how difficult it is to discuss ethical challenges even in a very civilized setting like this. you can imagine what happens in a less than civilized situation because it's just very frustrating when you have so many visions of what proper patterns of action are. particularly when we get to the social dimension, we're going to talk about religious diversity in the united states, and we'll see that maybe one of the things that creates a sense of peacefulness in the social environment is that we have so many different religions and a first amendment that protects religious freedom that we don't have one religion rising to the surface or competing or two or three. well, one thing we wanted to do with our new version of beliefs and believers is to go to a part of the world where we do see more of the tensions between religion, and the spot we picked on, dare i say, was israel and then to some extent egypt. and we wanted to go to israel in particular because there isn't
LINKTV
Nov 21, 2013 8:00am PST
? was the wall pushing on my fingers too? a lot of people don't see that. non-physics types don't see that but physics type see, "hey, man, he's pushing on the wall." and what's the wall doing to him. - pushing back. - watch how i lean. i'm leaning on the wall, huh? okay. now, everybody say, "hey, the dude's pushing against the wall," okay? i call this the wall, okay. everybody sees the dude pushing against the wall. physics types see that too. and physics types see something else. and what else do physics types see? check your neighbor, see if you're seating next to a physics type. [student chatter] so what's happening, gang? when i push on the wall, - what's the wall do? - pushing on you. hey, you know something, i can't push against that wall without the wall pushing on me. and this further defines an idea we've been talking about all this time. and that's the idea of force. when you impress a force on something, you tend to accelerate that something, that force we're gonna further define. a force is an interaction between one thing and another, always, all the time. a force is an
LINKTV
Nov 4, 2013 4:00pm PST
este episodio raquel le cuenta a don fernando y su familia de su investigación en españa. bueno, como uds. saben primero fui a españa buscando a la señora suárez. ioiga! ¿está la señora suárez? ioiga! no contestan. yo tengo que hablar con esa señora. no hay información nueva. escuchen a los personajes, mientras ven, una vez más algunas de las escenas que sucedieron en españa. aquí está una señorita de los estados unidos. tiene una carta tuya que le escribiste a un señor en méxico. dile que me visite a madrid. ¿a madrid? captioning of this program is made possible by the annenberg/cpb project and the geraldine r. dodge foundation. en el episodio previo don fernando por fin conoció a sus nietos, angela y roberto... y la relación entre raquel y arturo empezó a tomar un nuevo camino. deberíamos. pero no quiero hacerlo. quiero actuar. no quiero que me dejes. durante la noche se reunieron todos para gozar de una gran cena y se sorprendieron cuando don fernando, enfermo y débil se presentó a cenar. mercedes: ipapá! ¿qué haces? ideberías estar en la cama! sí. posib
LINKTV
Nov 12, 2013 7:30pm PST
to the hospital... get tired. chemo for seven months, and everything that brings. i don't think you can go through anything like that without it having a very profound effect on your life. chemotherapy is used most often when cancer has spread to various regions of the body. patients are given anticancer drugs which destroy the cancer cells, or inhibit their ability to reproduce. because of the toxicity of the drugs, patients may experience side effects. cindy: suddenly my body was called upon to deal with drugs that were going to kill something that wanted to kill me. i fought pretty hard, but eventually i had to come to the conclusion that i was not made of iron. i was made of some cells, and some of those were a little sensitive to... toxic stuff. but, it was really tough for me. i lost about twenty-five pounds. losing my hair was more traumatic than i could have ever conceptualized. radiation therapy is also used to treat localized cancers... alone or in conjunction with surgery and chemotherapy. concentrated doses of high-energy particles target the cancerous tissue... killing malignant cells
LINKTV
Nov 8, 2013 4:00pm PST
destinos. en este episodio concluimos la historia de raquel, don fernando y los otros miembros de la familia castillo. mercedes... diles a angela, roberto, raquel y arturo que los espero en mi habitación. por supuesto, papá. raquel: don fernando... la señora suárez me dijo que rosario nunca dejó de pensar en ud.... que siempre lo amó. captioning of this program is made possible by the annenberg/cpb project and the geraldine r. dodge foundation. y de la excavación, fuimos al hospital y de ahí, vinimos para acá y fue así, don fernando, como sucedió todo. muy interesante, raquel. te agradezco la paciencia y el interés que pusiste en este caso. pero, ya es tarde. se hice de noche y tengo sueño. mañana quisiera hablar con angela y roberto para estar seguro de que son mis nietos. mercedes, ayúdame. con permiso. que sigan gozando del resto de la noche. ¿qué le estará pasando a fernando? nunca lo había visto tan desconfiado. es natural, pedro. quiere estar seguro y necesita pensarlo un poco más. claro. yo recuerdo muy bien mi reacción cuando vi por primera vez a raquel e
LINKTV
Nov 1, 2013 2:00pm PDT
africans don't have words for chord and don't have a word for harmony. ♪ i wonder wheryou are, my darling. ♪ in a general sense, harmony means being in agreement. you can say that some people are working in harmony. they're working in agreement with each other toward a common goal. in music, it's similar. musical notes-- musical pitches can be in agreement with each other. ♪ ...my heart. what constitutes agreement is the key question. in eastern europe, there are some sounds that they think are in agreement that most people who are not from eastern europe will think are very, very much in disagreement in the style of music called ganga. [singing ganga music] [shrill yell] in gangan music, they sound notes at the same time that are very, very close together. and in bosnia, that sound is of the essence of music. what constituteseing in agreement or being dissant or being consonant is a culturally determined thing. and it can change over time. [ensemble plays early music] (narrator) within the western classical tradition, ideas have varied over time as to what combinations of notes make
LINKTV
Nov 5, 2013 2:30pm PST
what? yes, from what? oh, my goodness, mrs. parnell. i don't believe you've been entirely open with your husband as to what happened yesterday. ellie, what is he suggesting? what else happened? nothing else happened, medford. danny and i told you the whole story, all of it. well, someone here is lying and i want to know who. now, brother parnell, in my study of scripture, i've come to learn that one story often admits of many interpretations and they don't always agree. now, i maintain my guilt in failing to have recognized and curb your wife's impulsiveness and i believe i can offer proof. as you know, this young man here saw fit to eavesdrop on our conversation and made this little record of our exchange. that's right. and that big creep stole it. in a fit of righteous indignation, mr. bellicosi took temporary custody of the tape. it's mine and you had no right to take it. now, son, i intended to return this tape today. but i wonder if maybe it couldn't help to clarify this confusion. wait, you want medford to see the tape? well, it would settle what went on here. my point ex
LINKTV
Nov 14, 2013 3:00pm PST
are benign... they don't invade nearby tissue or spread to other parts of the body. but a malignant tumor is cancer. its cells can invade and destroy healthy tissue, and spread to other parts of the body through the blood and lymph system. when we get that tumor and we look at the molecular changes in the tumor, we're kind of looking at the end stage. it's not the end stage of the disease for the patient but it's kind of the end product. what we really need to understand is, what is the first mutation that allows that cell to have slight growth advantage? in other words, the cell is unstable, and what exposures link to that mutation, that next mutation that mighbe acquired to do this? this carrier type represents a cell from a malignancy-- a leukemia. and instead of the normal number of chromosomes there are now 47 chromosomes in this cell. there are three copies of chromosome eight, instead of the normal number of two copies of chromosome eight. dr. ganz: and again, if we understand what the risk factor is or the environmental hazard or what the exposure is that leads to a specific mutat
LINKTV
Nov 1, 2013 4:00pm PDT
tanta antipatía a jorge. porque queremos protegerte de ese don juan. no tienes derecho de decir que es un don juan. tú no lo sabes. entonces, ¿quién era la mujer que contestó cuando lo llamaste a su casa? unos amigos de nueva york que están en puerto rico. están alojados en su casa. ¿qué hay de malo en eso? ¿tú crees eso? por supuesto. narrador: bienvenidos al episodio 47 de destinos. primero, algunas escenas de este episodio. mira, arturo, quería hablar contigo porque... pues, tengo unos problemas y pensé que como tú eres psiquiatra... te escucho. ¿de qué se trata? de mi mujer, gloria. en este episodio, no hay vocabulario nuevo. uds. no tienen que hacer nada más que ponerse cómodos y gozar de la historia porque en este episodio don fernando finalmente conoce a sus nietos. yo soy angela y éste es mi hermano, roberto. vengan. quiero verlos de cerca. captioning of this program is made possible by the annenberg/cpb project and the geraldine r. dodge foundation. en el episodio previo, don fernando regresó a la gavia. en guadalajara, el médico le había dicho a mercedes
LINKTV
Nov 12, 2013 8:00am PST
still don't have as much mass youad in hydrogen. what is ing on? how massive a proton is, how massive a neutron is, apparently depends upon what configuration nucls it's in, and that's the case. and yet you kinda see that th einstein'eqvalence of mass and energy. consider you have a nucleus. you got all these nucleons in there, right? they're all being held together, yeah? very, very strongly, nuclear forces, yeah? now, you wanna take a nucleon, when i say nucleon, i'm talking about a proton or a neutron, okay? you take one out and you wanna take-- grab one and you wanna pull it out of the nucleus. easy or hard? begin with the h. kinda big. there's nuclear forces, honey, and you're gonna pull against that nuclear force. it's gonna be hard to pull a nucleon out of that, gang. it's gonna be very hard to pull it out of there. you know what the hardest one to pull out is? an iron. you say to iron, "iron, honey, n, you got hardly any mass in your nucleons." iron says, "try pulling me out." [makes sounds] it's gonna take an awful lot of work to pull that nucleon out of iron. more out of iro
LINKTV
Nov 12, 2013 2:30pm PST
don't know whether i'm going out of my mind or whether i forgot how to read. read it, clownish female. it's probably from manure. exactly. he says that he has escaped from prison, but the czar has welcomed him most warmly, that he is going invade your territories and reinstate boggerlas on the throne, and that you will most certainly end up swinging on the end of a rope. oh, i'm scared. oh, oh, oh, i'm frightened. oh, i'm a dead stalk. what's to become of me, poor wretch that i am? this nasty man is going to kill me. saint anthony and all the saints preserve me. i'll shell out bags of phynance and even burn candles to you. oh, god, what's to become of me? there's only one course for you to adopt, pa ubu. - what's that, my love? - war. may god defend the right. well and nobly spoken. oh, yes, and i get knocked about all over again. we must get the army to battle stations with all speed. and requisition the supplies. - mobilize the artillery. - man the fortresses. and set aside enough money to pay the troops. oh, no, you don't. i'm going to do you in. you are not shelling out any money.
LINKTV
Nov 26, 2013 2:30pm PST
choose one from among madame's hats, will you? i say those are our hats. for god's sake, shut up. don't try and be funny. we're doing our best to rehearse this scene, in case you have noticed. go on from where you left off, please. no, thank you, sir. come on. don't say no. do say you'll accept it, just to please me. i shall be most upset if you don't. look. here are some rather nice ones. and it will please madame. she keeps some out on show on purpose, you know? no. listen, i couldn't wear it. you're thinking what they will say when you go home wearing a new hat. well, now, can i tell you what to do? shall i tell you what to say when you get home? no. no, i couldn't wear it because, well, as you see, you should have already noticed. that you're in mourning. yes, of course. please forgive me. of course, i beg your pardon. believe me, i am most profoundly sorry. stop. please don't say another word. i really ought to be thanking you. there's no need for you to feel so very sorry or upset. i, too, you understand, i, too, must forget that i'm dressed like this. hold it. stop there. oh, d
LINKTV
Nov 7, 2013 8:00am PST
? answer begins with the n. no, you don't be needing vectors. but i'll tell you where the vectors do come in handy. like, you got a crosswind, okay? let's suppose you're flying like this, and let's suppose the wind is a crosswind coming like this, just as fast as you're going. let's suppose you're going 100 kilometers per hour, and you're in a hurricane. and a hurricane is coming like this at 100 kilometers per hour. what's the direction of the aircraft gonna be? it's kind of easy to see, isn't it? it's kind of going like this. it's kind of going like this at the same time, right? and so what it does, it kind of goes off course like this, huh? let me give you a neat little rule that'll tell you exactly which way and how fast it goes. and the little rule is this. take your two vectors, one representing ground speed or the speed through the air, and the other representing the speed of the wind, and make those into a parallelogram. since they are right angles here, that parallelogram's gonna be, in this case, a square, because the sides are equal. make a square. and then what you do is you j
LINKTV
Nov 18, 2013 8:00am PST
's not our place to diagnose. "and then the chameleons wore--" boy: i can't see. i'm sorry. why don't i turn the page so that you can? jordan bentley, i'm gog to stop for a minute. it's very hard for me to read when you are talking. you may sit on miss kathleen's lap, or you may join snack-- one or the other. jordan: snack. woman: ok. why don't you go wash your hands? hendrick: remember, a particular behavior can have many different causes, and it takes a trained professional to determine the reason for what is going on for example, failure to pay attention at story time may be the consequence of a hearing loss, inappropriate reading material, borderline intelligee, fatigue, poor eyesight, or simply needing to go to the toilet. we had a child in our program that, yoknow, had some serious behavioral problems, and i felt that there was a need for an assessnt. i felt that the child uld be autistic. and, you know, this is obviously a devastating thing for a parent to have to deal with and to accept, and so i dealt with that as compassionately as possible, and it took a long time for the pares of
LINKTV
Nov 20, 2013 8:00am PST
day. announcer: for fun play-time ideas, go online-- just don't stay long. ♪ get up, get up, get up okay, let's begin a little thought experiment. let's suppose i take a baseball. we have a baseball playing game and i throw a baseball to you. no, i don't throw it to you. i have a little machine that throws a baseball. you ever see those things? and that machine can only throw the baseball at 30 meters per second. that's how fast. 30 meters per second. it's all regulated to throw that fast. now, it's gonna throw a ball to you. you got your catcher's mitt. hit, boom, you catch. how fast do you catch it? 30 meters per second, right? that's because the machine is at relative rest to you. there's no motion between you and the machine. so you're gonna catch it at 30 meters per second. now, let's suppose you are in a truck and the truck is going that way at 10 meters per second. 10, get that? i throw the ball just like before. you catch it. how fast it's going? well, check your neighbor. you're going away. you're moving away from it. faster or slower, gang? slower. - in fact, what's the an
LINKTV
Nov 21, 2013 3:00pm PST
: most of our frail seniors in this country are women, because men don't live as long. as a consequence, it's often a situation where the woman of the family has cooked the meals, and now she has no one to cook for, so there's no reason to cook. and so you tend to get processed foods or fast foods, some of which have high salt, and some of which have high fat. and so it's important that one be careful, and not get into a situation where you're getting malnourished by eating. ...it's tough exercise, you know? exercise is another important ingredient in the recipe for a long life... but not ju any kind of exercise. dr. lips: walking has been the most importt type of exercise we have found for seniors. i had to throw away a medical journal that talked about the three optimal types of exercise. martial arts... the idea of the "gray ninjas", i just don't know. swimming, which is important, but finding pools is not easy. and the other is gardening, and i'm not talking about clipping a flower once a month, but actually digging, lifting, hoeing, raking. you're going to find that it makes a majo
LINKTV
Nov 4, 2013 5:00am PST
of human error. about 3,000 people work at the plant every day. some contractors. they don't have good enough communication with tepco staff. this poor communication results in mistakes. managers need to fix it urgently. right now, workers are testing the system and they say they hope to put it into full operation next year. the government is helping tepco install a more sophisticated system to run in parallel. once they're complete the systems together will be able to treat 1,500 tons of water every day. tritium is similar to hydrogen in terms of its physical properties. it moves easily with water. so if you get tritium inside our bodies we generally do it with fluids. but there's no technology for taking tritium out of water. still, the government allows higher releases of tritium than strontium. some experts say water containing tritium can be released without harming the environment. as long as the substance is diluted. water treated by a.l.p.s. will still be stored in tanks for the time being. no one has come up with a permanent solution. radioactive substances removed by a.l.p.s.
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Nov 28, 2013 7:30am PST
, one in 10 french don't have a job, and rating agencies and brussels regularly wrapped paris's knuckles. tax hikes have raised the hackles of his former supporters . click the pile of ash is already a meter high. for workers from this britney fish factory have been protesting its planned closure. they suddenly faced the bleak prospect of redundancy. >> it's a disaster for this region in the center of britney -- brittany. we've already lost food factories, and if they close this 1, 2, the whole area will collapse. >> denise is one of at least 200 workers. although it is an important regional employer, the promise of cheaper labor costs is enough to lower operations eastward to poland. t-shirts read, "we are angry." given that the company has just paid shareholders dividends, the anger is justified. they are fighting for fair compensation. >> in france, there are those at the top and those on the bottom. those at the top just ignore us, so we are protesting, especially in brittany, because people here are very attached to their region. >> the protests have spread far beyond the factory wa
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Nov 28, 2013 5:30am PST
americans will consume for thanksgiving this year. >> happy thanksgiving if you celebrate it. don't go away. as austerity bilets in europe they are seeking new opportunities in morocco. many businesses feel their placed to take advantage of this growing market. we'll discuss how they are doing . but first this report >> the workers welding, sanding and asemibling pipe lines work for a month rock con company. all the parts are heading for an african construction site. >> as a firm in morocco that's been in this business 30 years, we've gained experience and expertise particularly through collaborations with european countries doing business in morocco. we thought that we could serve as a conduit for the south and position morocco as a weigh station to west africa and countries with whom we share a lot like language and our cultural and religious frame of reference. >> the cultural understanding .hat is competitive advantage the company's not caution about doing business with its african neighbors as long as the ground is well prepared. >> we have subsidiaries in various countries that work
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Nov 5, 2013 8:00am PST
-- how come these things aren't moving up to the ceiling? how many say, "i don't be knowing that, gee, 'cause i suspect they should"? come on, gang, what's winning, down or up? down. why down? bigger. there's a lot more ground down there than there are ceiling up there, so the net force is down. and the whole world is pulling these paperclips down against the book. that's a pretty good force, yeah? watch this. see this little dinky magnet? how big is this compared to the whole world? big or small? the answer begin with a s. small. watch this. now you know why dick tracy used to say, "he who controls magnetism controls the universe." look at the force of this little dinky magnet compared to the size of the world pulling all these clips up. so we can talk about the magnetic force today, gang, the magnetic force. ain't that neat? okay. this is a pretty powerful magnet. here's a pretty weak magnet. this one is suspended on a point, and it's magnetized. and what do we call it, gang, do you know? begin with c, end with ompass. try it. put it together. compass. compass, excellent. that's a c
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Nov 6, 2013 8:00am PST
piled up. do you get scared when you walk by those cannonballs? you don't get scared when you walk by those cannonballs. they have no more energy. not the energy they had when they were projectiles in some war or something. so just as those cannonballs don't-- are not dangerous anymore, the alpha particles and the beta particles that make up helium gas in a balloon is not dangerous. they've lost their energy. this piece of chalk isn't dangerous. but if i put this piece of chalk in a shotgun and fired at you, then it is. and that's the difference between the particles that were rejected from nuclei. they come at very, very high speeds. high speeds and a lot of energy. they can tear in to you and maybe that's not so good. but once stopped, they're completely harmless. any questions at this point? let's continue. begs the question, why is it that atoms are radioactive anyway? and it turns out all the atoms beyond atomic number 83, they're all radioactive, which is to say they're unstable. they decay. what's going on? remember we talked about the fundamental rule of electricity and tha
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Nov 12, 2013 2:00pm PST
] pshit. oh, what a nasty word. pa ubu, you're a dirty old man. watch out and don't bash your lot in, ma ubu. it's not me you want to do in, old ubu, oh, no. it's someone else for the high jump. by my green candle, i'm not with you. how come? do you mean to say that you are content with your lot? pshit, madam, yes. by god, i am perfectly satisfied. who wouldn't be? captain in the dragoons, aide-de-camp to king wenceslas, decorated with the order of red eagle of poland, ex-king of aragon. you can't get higher than that. so what? having been king of aragon, you are content to ride in reviews at the head of 50 bumpkins armed with billhooks, when you could get your loaf measured for the crown of poland? huh? i don't understand a word you're saying, my love. how stupid can you get? by my green candle, king wenceslas is still alive. but isn't he? and even if he does kick the bucket, hasn't he masses of children? why shouldn't you finish off the whole bunch and put yourself in their place? now, by god, madam, you really have gone too far. and you shall be, very shortly, beaten up, good and prop
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Nov 25, 2013 8:00am PST
are few and far between. in the real world of childcare, children, like adults, just don't always get along. michael, we got to share! i had this one first. hendrick: how many of us have found ourselves in this situation? in the heat of the moment, how do you know what to do, what to say, how to act? what can we do to help stop situations from getting out of control, and perhaps even more important, prevent discipline problems from even starting? our goals for this program are simple. together, we're going to learn what to do when a child won't stop doing something he shouldn't be doing, and how to help children control themselves instead of depending on other people to control them. the thing to really remember is that children shouldn't be allowed to hurt themselves or other people or destroy property. and when i say hurt, i mean verbally hurt as well as physically. no matter what those nursery rhymes say, when you're little, words can hurt every bit as much and more than sticks and stones. crucial point to remember is that what discipline is really about is building self-control. b
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Nov 22, 2013 2:30pm PST
, because no matter how good your regional information is, until you verify it on-site, you just don't know. narrator: at about 5,900 feet, the sand grains from the oriskany layer start to appear. jagucki: we were glad when we found the oriskany sandstone. that provides a good potential target for us to do our experiment. and it's deep below ground surface. it's over a mile down. it's well contained. it's got thousands of feet of shale above it that form a very good containment layer. narrator: additional tests are done. well logging measures fluid levels that act as a proxy of porosity in the rock, indicating layers of porous sandstone and nonporous shale. and core samples are compared to previous examples, taken over decades from ohio geological surveys lab. this data will provide the exact depth and characteristics of the rock layers. once these evaluations are complete, the rock will be tested by injecting about two days' worth of plant co2 emissions and monitoring whether any of it is leaking up to the surface. if this technology proves feasible and economically viable, then carbon seq
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Nov 7, 2013 3:00pm PST
. hodis: most people don't fall into that category of that extreme risk. but we're all at risk, and if it's in the family, a parent or a sibling, then you're very high risk if... of alshaving that outcome of either stro or heart disease. goldenetz: well, it's funny, the first time i really noticed some symptoms was 1997... january... i'd had a cold and i had a sore throat, but i also had a strange tightness in my chest, and i attributed that, at first, to the cold and the sore throat. that kind of was the way things went for several months where i'd feel okay for a while and then get this kind of tightness, trouble breathing. there are things we can do with people like that to either find out they have the disease before they have a heart attack or die or have a stroke, things like electron beam cat scan of the heart where we look for calcium deposition within the arteries as an early marker of this inflammatory disease, and an early marker of plaque build-up. we'relso working with cardiac mri, which is another fancy test to actually look within the arteries and look at plaque build-up an
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Nov 8, 2013 2:30pm PST
such a mystery and there's just so much we don't know about what's here, even just in terms of cataloging the number of species here. right now we think there are somewhere between maybe 5 million and 50 million species living in the tropical rainforests of the world. we are talking about that rough of reckoning here. and one of the reasons that we have such a vague idea of what's here is the rainforest canopy. studies that have been done in trapping insects in the canopy have found in many cases that 80% or 90% of the species that they are finding up here are new to science, have never before been documented. and if we extrapolate from what we are finding here throughout the tropical world, we are getting numbers like 50 million, which is just an extraordinary number. so this is one of the last great biological frontiers is the rainforest canopy. narrator: and the heart and soul of these forests are the trees. dr. bill laurance: trees are the foundation of the forest. they form the architecture of the forest. they determine its micro-climate. they are the food sources of most things out
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Nov 18, 2013 2:00pm PST
are, too, we're their neighbors. we all drink out of the same lake. it's all our country. if... i don'knowpeople have to aw a line someplace on what kind of an environment . schoumacher: that line was nally drawn in federal court. on what kind of an environment . for the next four years, claim llowed counterclaim. the answer's definitely yes, it'ldelay it. hearing followed hearing. no. environmentalists produced expert witnesses who said the tailings were dangerous. reserve produced experts who said they were not and hinted that they might be forced to shut down the ant if denied access to the lake. silver bay residents saw an economic catastrophe in the making. one-industry town. everytng is dependent upon reserve mining operating. schoumacher: in 1977, the federal court handed down its decision. after years of legal maneuvering by all parties, reserve reluctantly agreed to keep the silver bay plant open and to build a tailings disposal site seven miles inland from the lake at a cost of nearly $400 million. i real have nothing to say at this time. schoumacher: today, the water in tse
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Nov 2, 2013 6:00am PDT
this season. it is an amazing team. we have our own strengths. we have to go for it great we don't hold back. we cannot be afraid. -- the team will be hoping to give its fans something to cheer about. division appears to be regaining his form. it was a hard-fought match between two former first division teams. they failed to score. passe 37th minute, a through the stubborn defense. they stopped the equalizer, but to no avail. moving onto tennis where the former world number one is starting to look like his old self again. roger federer facing the argentinian. roger federer is slowly returning to top form. he managed to beat one of the world's 10 top players for only the second time. set 6- him in the first 3. his opponent briefly got back into the game at the end of the first set. act -- bacer roared k. last week.en he now faces his archrival in the semifinals. play, iver i do see him see him fit, quick, confident and all of those wings you would expect from the world number one and now world number two. -- using his customary aggressive style playing. he found his footing in the second set
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Nov 4, 2013 5:30am PST
the president of the republic," morsi refused to don the customary white prison suit. he then succeeded in disrupting proceedings further by singing in court. leading the judge to push back the trial to january. >> sorry about that, we seem to be having technical difficulties. our correspondent catherine stably is at the courthouse in cairo. she gives us more details on what happened there this morning. mohamed morsi has refused to recognize the judge at the trial. he says it does not have any legitimacy. he has been taken away by helicopter. we saw him fly overhead and he is being taking to a prison on the outscored to bash on the outskirts of cairo. no one knew where he was being held. this is where the senior muslim brotherhood leaders are being detained. this a chaotic scene morning. mohamed morsi told a judge, "you don't have the right to judge me, i am still your president." he also said the judiciary should not provide cover for the coup d'État. media, heto state said he had been dragged to the court by force and called on the judges to allow him to exercise his powers as presid
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Nov 25, 2013 5:30am PST
am afraid we don't have him. we will try to get him a little later in the program. minister zarif return to a historic -- a euphoric welcome after returning sunday. it will curb iran's weekly activities in return for much needed sanction relief. crowds gathered at the airport bringing flowers and waving flags. many seeing a deal as a huge triumph for iran. french foreign minister laurent fabius had this to say. it is clear, regarding nuclear energy. we always said that as an advance. but for nuclear weapons -- the president said before and i said exactly within these lines, we see in improvement in the situation for the region and the world. ok, well, we can return to our story about the meeting in brahimi.h lakhdar john is on the line for us. what is the objective? >> the objective, formally announced by u.n. secretary- on, january 22,mo 2014, a transitional government made up of opposition political a military unit and elements of the assad regime. but it will not be mr. assad willing anymore but a transitional government. a first step to a new political regime in syria, a democ
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Nov 5, 2013 9:00am PST
of the oneness, the unity of all things. now, think for a moment religiously how different that is. we don't have what i would call ontological dualism, we don't have a situation here where the world is here, human life is here, we live in history, and god angels the forces of creation are apart from that. what if everything belonged to one system? we are moving along the line more on the line of a monist. how would you react, ethically, if you felt that you, though you might have a different position in this oneness, you were a part of it, truly a part, there is a part in a part thing you have been dealing with the whole semester? that's a part of the instinct, that move to harmony and balance. if all is one, and there is no way you can opt out of the system, then the impulse is to truly develop ethical patterns of action that honor other people, that keep a balance that keep harmony. now obviously as we've seen all religious systems, it's not always going to be at the ideal. but that's the impulse to try to sort out ethical patterns of action. in confucianism particularly, in society, in human
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Nov 6, 2013 9:00am PST
sanitation districts here that don't allow discharges of that material either into our basins or into the waste water stream that eventually gets into our injection barrier. because water quality is such a vital part of groundwater management, it is essential to monitor the water both above and below the surface. traditionally, we've sampled our groundwater basin at the production well, and we still do that because the next step is your faucet, and we're very concerned about what reaches the faucet. but it would also be nice to know if there is something coming down the aquifer that we don't know about and find it before it reaches the production well. so, what we've done at orange county is developed a very sophisticated groundwater monitoring program which uses surface water sampling, production well sampling, and dedicated monitoring well sampling. our monitoring wells are drilled to a depth of about 1,500 feet and isolate and tap up to 18 zones that we can monitor individually, so that if a contaminant is coming towards us-- towards a production well-- we can find it befor
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Nov 15, 2013 2:00pm PST
because i don't know what i'm going to say before i say it. improvisation is something which is basic to human life. [jazz music] in jazz, what you're required to do is to play what you feel at the spur of the moment. but you are also required to improvise within certain contexts. you have to be aware of the written melody that you play. you have to be aware of the harmonic sequence. in most cases, you're going to be improvising within and around that harmonic sequence. you have to be aware of the length of the song, of the form of the song because in most cases, in jazz, you're going to be improvising around that form. usually, the prewritten part of the performance is very short relative to the whole performance. you begin by stating a melody which is over a sequence of harmonies and within a certain form. that will be, in a sense, the composition. and after that, you launch into improvisation. jazz is a language that has been defined and refined over a period of about a hundred years. and anyone who is trying to be an improvisor in jazz has to be familiar with that language. the la
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Nov 19, 2013 8:00am PST
that the effect becomes apparent. and those speeds, we don't deal with in the everyday world so its not common sense to us. maybe in tomorrow's world, when we goose up to speeds like that, it will be. i'll give you an example. when you go to the travel agents today you see these exotic posters on their walls, right? they get posters of the hawaiian islands, right? and everyone wants to spend a little time in the hawaiian islands, right? so they put these posters of the hawaiian islands with the palm trees and all that, the royal hawaiian hotel and all-- it makes you wanna get a couple of weeks off and go there, doesn't it? anyway, you see these posters of places. how many posters have you ever seen in a travel agent that posts times? like, you can talk about traveling to south america, you can talk about traveling to the mainland. you can talk about traveling to europe, but can you go to the travel agent today and talk about traveling into time? we got new years coming up. we got a big one pretty soon, 2000, the year 2000, okay? and then 2001, 21st century, yeah? how about someone says, well,
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Nov 27, 2013 8:00am PST
deportations -- >> actually, i don't. that is why we're here. >> i need your help. stop deportation! >> stop deportation! >> don't worry about it, guys. let me finish. >> stop deportation! >> you guys don't need to go. let me finish. he can stay there. let me -- [applause] a second. respect the passion of these young people because they feel deeply about the concerns for their families. now what you need to know, when i am speaking as president of the united states and i come to is if in fact i could solve all of these problems without passing laws in congress, then i would do so. of laws. also a nation that is part of our tradition. and so the easy way out is to try to yell and pretend like i can do something by violating our laws. what i'm proposing is the harder path which is to use our democratic process to achieve the same goal that you want to achieve, but it won't be as easy as just shouting. it requires us lobbying and getting it done. [applause] >> president obama responding to the young immigrant activist ju hong. those who placed ju hong behind president obama during the speech ma
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Nov 28, 2013 2:00pm PST
credibility and antagonize russia, so i don't think that will happen. >> let's talk to russia. it has stake in kiev. what role is displaying in the eu possible to ee right now? >> the eu is not denying that these countries are close, and they understand very well that the ukrainian economy is very dependent on russia, that they need russia as an export market for energy supplies. so they understand this argument about russian pressure very well, but they also say this is to partnership is not directed against anyone. it is not directed certainly against russia, and in fact, russia may benefit from it, even if it is not part of it, so that is the sort of argument that the ee uu's is. >> still, it is not just ukraine that has turned back or shifted back to russia. belarus, azerbaijan, armenia as well have done so. is the eu's eastern enlargement now effectively over? >> at the moment, it does seem as if this movement has run out of steam. it has stalled. it is only georgia and moldova, the two countries who are more or less behaving in the way the eu wants them to. all the others have more or
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